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Owls relying on Kubo for double duty; Power-hitting Victorino slugging away for Lady Farmers




Noah Kubo

Mid-Pacific baseball  •   #24    

Noah Kubo had himself a week to remember.

The Mid-Pacific senior collected eight hits over three games – all of them wins – and turned in his best pitching performance of the season to help the Owls keep pace in a crowded Interscholastic League of Honolulu race.

In victories over Damien, Iolani and PAC-5, Kubo combined to hit 8 for 12 with nine runs batted in. The 5-foot-8, 170-pound catcher/pitcher is sporting a .387 batting average. He is tied for the fifth most hits in ILH play, while his 14 RBI leads the league.

"For some that's a whole career," Mid-Pacific coach Dunn Muramaru quipped.

Kubo's hot week started off with a 3-for-4 effort in last Tuesday's 7-2 win over Damien. He singled in his first at-bat and flied out to center in his second before he led off the bottom of the fifth inning with a solo home run over the fence in center field. Kubo's dinger answered the pair of runs the Monarchs scored in the prior half-inning. He finished off the day with a two-out single to right field that plated two more runs for the Owls, who led 6-2 at that point.

In Thursday's 8-4 win over then-No. 4 Iolani, Kubo had himself a four-hit day, including three-RBI triple that gave his team a 4-2 lead late in the contest. Kubo, who hits in the three-hole, batted 4 for 5 against the Raiders, with all four of his hits coming with two outs, including his RBI-single in his final at-bat that stretched the Mid-Pacific lead to 8-4.  

"That's him just clutching up," Muramaru said. "Two-out hits is what everybody looks for."

Kubo moved from behind the plate to the pitcher's mound for Saturday's 8-2 win over PAC-5. He pitched into the seventh inning and allowed two runs on three hits with five strikeouts and three walks. Kubo registered 53 of his 91 total pitches for strikes. He retired 12 of the first 14 batters he faced, including striking out the side in the bottom of the second inning, until he ran into some trouble in the fifth.

The Wolfpack got back-to-back one-out singles from a pair of pinch hitters before Kubo issued a four-pitch walk to load the bases. He gave up another single to score PAC-5's first run of the game, but Kubo was able to induce a comebacker that initiated a inning-ending double play to limit the damage.

Muramaru took ownership of the lone run Kubo allowed in the frame.

"That was my fault because I moved the first baseman back and the guy dribbled the ball and they ended up scoring, so that was my fault, but we were up so I didn't want a hard-hit ball to get by him," Muramaru explained.

On the double play, Kubo threw home to get the first out before the catcher Laakea Inglis snapped a throw to first baseman Adam Kobayashi to finish off the double play.

"Bases loaded and the leadoff hitter was up, so yeah, that was a big pitch and a big play because we were kind of cruising along, the score was six-zero at that point and you never know with PAC-5. I mean, they had just beat Iolani, so a couple of hits and the score would have been a lot closer," Muramaru pointed out.

Kubo then set the Wolfpack down in order in the bottom of the sixth inning. He improved to 2-1 on the year and lowered his earned run average to 2.32, the eighth-best mark among ILH pitchers with at least 10 innings of work.

"Basically he just throws strikes and gets ahead (in the count). I mean, he's nothing special but he gets ahead and that's all we ask. If gets ahead then he's not predictable. In high school if you're not predictable you'll be successful, so he gets ahead and can throw all three pitches for strikes and that's why he's effective, but that's like any pitcher," Muramaru said.

Kubo's arsenal includes a fastball, curveball and a change-up. Muramaru noted that Kubo hasn't logged very many innings in years past.

"He hardly pitched in previous years. We were kind of forced to have him pitch this year," Muramaru said. "For Noah, he has to play two positions – he has to pitch and catch – which is probably the two most demanding positions and he's done a really good job, so I give him props for that. He's basically our primary catcher, but this year he's having to do both. We had to bring up some JV guys, so he basically has to catch every inning that he doesn't pitch."

While his experience behind the plate may serve him well as a pitcher – "He has a better idea as far as understanding the situations and what's needed," Muramaru noted – it also means twice the work and preparation for the third-year varsity member and second-year starter.

"He just works extra," Muramaru said. "He always does his catching drills and then he does his running after, so he puts in a lot of extra work. He works hard. Everybody respects him on our team and it comes from just the work ethic."

In addition to his pitching duties Saturday, Kubo drove in a pair of runs with his two-out, sixth-inning single that stretched the Owls' lead to 8-1.

Muramaru did not mince his words about the type of week that Kubo put together.

"He basically won all those games for us," the longtime coach said of the Iowa Western-signee.

Prior to last week, Mid-Pacific had lost three of its previous four games, including back-to-back losses to Kamehameha and Maryknoll. Entering Tuesday, the Owls sat in a three-way tie with No. 3 Iolani and No. 2 Saint Louis for second place, with all three teams one-half game behind first place – and top-ranked – Kamehameha.

"The ILH is about matchups and so it's just so tough. I mean, there's no other league where there are no breathers in the whole league and the kids know that. They know that it's never going to be an easy game and that's good because we don't have to worry about motivating them because it's just such a tough league," Muramaru said.

Kubo batted 2 for 2 with two walks and an RBI to help Mid-Pacific to a 5-3 win over Punahou Tuesday afternoon.

The Owls (8-3) will host Kamehameha Wednesday at Damon Field. First pitch is scheduled for 3 p.m.


BASEBALL

Davin Almeida, Waialua — Allowed two unearned runs on four hits with six strikeouts and two walks in 5 1/3 innings pitched in a loss to Kapolei 

Duke Aloy, Kamehameha-Maui — Batted 3 for 3 with a triple, double and four RBI, including a sacrifice fly, in a win over Lahainaluna

Jimmy Anton, Lanai — Allowed two runs on six hits with four strikeouts and one walk in five innings pitched in a loss to Seabury Hall 

Heolu Bertleman-Makani, Honokaa — Batted 3 for 3 with a double, walk, RBI and three runs scored in a win over Keaau 

Murray Brown V, Seabury Hall — Allowed one unearned run on four hits with seven strikeouts and four walks in six innings pitched in a win over Lanai 

Treyden Chong Kee, Iolani — Batted 2 for 3 with two walks, two RBI, one stolen base and two runs scored in a win over Saint Louis and batted 2 for 3 with three RBI, one stolen base and two runs scored in a win over Damien 

Tanner Chun, Saint Louis — Batted 2 for 3 with a home run, double, three RBI and two runs scored in a win over PAC-5 and allowed one run on three hits with six strikeouts and seven walks in six innings pitched in a win over Kamehameha 

Hezekiah Colburn, Kahuku — Batted 3 for 4 with three RBI, one stolen base and a run scored in a win over Kalaheo 

Payton Dixon, Mid-Pacific — Allowed two runs on four hits with seven strikeouts and one walk in five innings pitched in a win over Iolani 

Bryson Ecker, Radford — Batted 4 for 5 with a double, two RBI, one stolen base and four runs scored in a win over McKinley 

Jayden Fuchigami, Maryknoll — Allowed two runs on four hits with seven strikeouts and two walks in six innings pitched in a win over PAC-5

Cameron Fuentes, Kapolei — Struck out five batters, walked one and did not allow a hit in five scoreless innings pitched in a win over Waialua

Tanner Fujino, Maryknoll — Batted 3 for 4 with two doubles, one RBI and a run scored in a win over PAC-5

Kade Fujioka, Baldwin — Allowed one earned run on one hit with 11 strikeouts and four walks in seven innings pitched in a loss to Maui 

Damian Griffin, Nanakuli — Batted 3 for 3 with a double, two RBI, one stolen base and two runs scored and struck out three batters, walked one and allowed two hits in 2 1/3 scoreless innings of relief in a win over Leilehua 

Caleb Hamasaki, Kaiser — Batted 3 for 3 with three RBI and three runs scored in a win over Castle 

Javin Hamura, Punahou — Batted 3 for 5 with a double, one walk, an RBI, two stolen bases and two runs scored in a win over Damien 

Cole Ide, Iolani — Batted 2 for 2 with a double, three RBI, one stolen base and a run scored in a win over Damien 

Lyrik Kahala, Lahainaluna — Batted 2 for 3 and allowed one earned run on six hits with three strikeouts and two walks in seven innings pitched in a loss to Kamehameha-Maui 

Kaimi Kahalekai, Kamehameha-Maui — Struck out 10 batters, walked one and allowed one hit in a five-inning shutout of Lahainaluna 

Diezel Kamoku, Kahuku — Batted 3 for 5 with two RBI, one stolen base and a run scored in a win over Kalaheo 

Kamahao Kanekoa, Honokaa — Doubled, drew a walk, drove in three runs, stole two bases and scored a run in a win over Keaau 

Jordan Kay, Nanakuli — Batted 3 for 3 with a walk, one stolen base and three runs scored in a win over Leilehua 

Tyson Keanini, Lahainaluna — Doubled and drove in four runs, including a sacrifice fly in a loss to Kamehameha-Maui 

Alakai Kiakona, Kamehameha — Struck out five batters, walked two and allowed four hits in six scoreless innings pitched in a win over Punahou 

Iokepa Koanui, Lanai — Allowed one earned run on three hits with six strikeouts and three walks in 6 1/3 innings pitched in a loss to Seabury Hall 

Cameron Kobayashi, Kalani — Batted 3 for 3 with a double in a loss to Moanalua 

Kylan Kono, Aiea — Batted 2 for 3 with a triple, three RBI and two runs scored in a win over Nanakuli 

Justin Kubojiri, Kamehameha-Hawaii — Batted 2 for 4 with four RBI, one stolen base and a run scored in a win over Waiakea 

Logan Kuloloia, Maui — Allowed one unearned run on two hits with three strikeouts and four walks in six innings pitched in a win over Baldwin 

Nathaniel Kurano, Roosevelt — Threw a no-hitter with nine strikeouts and four walks in a complete-game shutout of Farrington 

Kaimana Lau Kong, Iolani — Batted 2 for 3 with two walks and three runs scored in a win over Saint Louis 

Kino Lindsey, Honokaa — Batted 3 for 3 with two triples, three RBI, one stolen base and two runs scored in a win over Kohala 

Jordan Lowery, Maryknoll — Allowed three runs on three hits with three strikeouts and two walks in six innings pitched in a loss to Kamehameha 

Dane Markulis, Lahainaluna — Batted 3 for 4 with a triple and a run scored in a loss to Kamehameha-Maui and batted 3 for 5 with an RBI and a stolen base in a loss to Kamehameha-Maui 

Masao Minami, Kailua — Batted 3 for 3 with a triple, three RBI and two runs scored in a win over Kalani 

Ethan Morita, Kamehameha-Maui — Batted 2 for 2 with a double, walk, three RBI, including a sacrifice fly and a run scored in a win over Lahainaluna 

Douglas Mortensen, Baldwin — Batted 2 for 3 with a double and three RBI in a win over Maui 

Chandler Murray, Mid-Pacific — Doubled, drove in three runs, including a sacrifice fly, stole a base and scored a run in a win over PAC-5

Francis O'Connor, Damien — Batted 3 for 5 with two stolen bases and a run scored in a loss to Punahou 

Aaron Omuro, Maui — Allowed one run on seven hits with five strikeouts and five walks in 6 2/3 innings pitched in a win over Baldwin 

Greyson Osbun, Kamehameha — Allowed one unearned run on two hits with 11 strikeouts and one walk in a complete-game win over Maryknoll 

Judah Ota, Iolani — Batted 3 for 3 with a home run, double, one walk, six RBI, one stolen base and three runs scored in a win over Damien 

Noah Pacheco, Kamehameha-Maui — Allowed one run on six hits with six strikeouts and one walk in a complete-game win over Lahainaluna 

Dakota Pagente, Moanalua — Allowed six hits and no walks with two strikeouts in five scoreless innings pitched in a win over Farrington 

Brennan Panis, Aiea — Batted 3 for 5 with a double, two stolen bases and a run scored and struck out seven batters, walked one and allowed three hits in six innings pitched in a win over Pearl City 

Jayden Perry-Waikiki, Baldwin — Allowed one earned runs on five hits with nine strikeouts and no walks in a complete-game win over Maui 

Kaeden Pilanca, Castle — Allowed one unearned run on three hits with one strikeout and three walks in six innings pitched in a loss to Roosevelt 

Xavier Pressley, Roosevelt — Allowed one unearned run on four hits with eight strikeouts and three walks in an eight-inning win over Castle 

Jayden Salazar, Honokaa — Batted 3 for 3 with two doubles and two runs scored in a win over Kohala 

Micah Shintaku, Punahou — Struck out nine batters, walked one and allowed three hits in five scoreless innings pitched in a win over Maryknoll 

Kayden Suma, Mililani — Allowed three hits and no walks with two strikeouts in five scoreless innings pitched in a win over Campbell 

Andrew Taylor, Kalaheo — Tripled, drew three walks, drove in three runs, stole two bases and scored three times in a win over McKinley 

Zyon Telles, Radford — Batted 2 for 4 with a double, one walk, three RBI, one stolen base and three runs scored in a win over McKinley 

Malakai Vendiola, Kahuku — Batted 2 for 4 with a home run and three RBI in a win over Kalaheo and batted 2 for 2 with a home run, four RBI, including a sacrifice fly and two stolen bases in a win over Kaimuki 

Kayden Volner, Seabury Hall — Batted 2 for 3 with an RBI, two stolen bases and two runs scored and allowed one run on three hits with three strikeouts and two walks in five innings pitched in a win over Lanai 

Kip Watanabe, Baldwin — Allowed one run on six hits with three strikeouts and no walks in 6 1/3 innings pitched in a loss to Maui 

Cade Watson, Punahou — Batted 3 for 5 with two RBI in a win over Damien 

Cole Yonamine, Iolani — Batted 4 for 5 with two doubles and an RBI in a win over Saint Louis 

Aidan Yoshida, Aiea — Allowed two runs on two hits with three strikeouts and one walk in a five-inning win over Nanakuli 

Keola Young, Mid-Pacific — Allowed two runs on five hits with eight strikeouts and two walks in a complete-game win over Damien 

Dennison Zakahi, Aiea — Batted 3 for 4 with a double, two RBI, one stolen base and a run scored in a win over Pearl City 


BOYS VOLLEYBALL

Ehren Acosta, Baldwin — Had 35 set assists, eight digs and two kills in a four-set win over Kekaulike 

Darren Castillo, Baldwin — Had 10 kills and 12 digs in a four-set win over Kekaulike 

Kaleb Cui, Kailua — Had 14 kills and one ace in a four-set win over Kaimuki 

Dezi Deliz, Campbell — Had 17 digs and an ace in a five-set win over Pearl City 

Roman Felipe, Roosevelt — Had 31 set assists, five digs and an ace in a four-set win over Kalaheo 

Adalbert Hadley, Kaimuki — Had 25 digs and one ace in a four-set loss to Kailua 

Hua Haramoto, Kekaulike — Had 14 digs, four kills and an ace in a three-set win over Lahainaluna 

Helston Hertin, Kekaulike — Had 27 set assists in a three-set win over Lahainaluna and had 22 assists, one kill and an ace in a four-set loss to Baldwin 

Kaua Kahaulelio, Waialua — Had 20 digs, four set assists and two kills in a five-set loss to Aiea 

Piikoa Kamoku, Kamehameha-Maui — Had 30 set assists, 12 digs and 10 kills in a five-set win over Maui 

Keahi Kaneakua, Radford — Had 14 kills, 13 digs, one ace and a solo block in a four-set win over Kapolei 

Shane Kelly, Waialua — Had 15 kills, 10 digs and two aces in a five-set loss to Aiea 

Austin Kepani, Kekaulike — Had 15 digs and three aces in a four-set loss to Baldwin 

Cyres Lacar, Waialua — Had 44 set assists, 10 digs, three aces and one kill in a five-set loss to Aiea 

Kalena Launiu, Kamehameha-Hawaii — Had 20 set assists in a three-set win over Keaau 

Peter Maulolo, Kaimuki — Had 14 kills, 10 digs, five solo blocks, two set assists and one ace in a four-set loss to Kailua 

Julius Momoe-Mitchell, Campbell — Had 26 kills, six digs, one ace and a block assist in a five-set win over Pearl City and had 19 kills, two digs and two block assists in a three-set win over Kapolei 

Keoni Nahoopii, Waialua — Had 16 kills, nine digs, three aces and three block assists in a five-set loss to Aiea 

Man Duy Pham, Kaimuki — Had 30 set assists, three digs, two kills and one ace in a four-set loss to Kailua 

Jake Rosales, Campbell — Had 56 set assists, two digs, one kill, one block assist and an ace in a five-set win over Pearl City and had 35 set assists, four digs, two aces and a kill in a three-set win over Kapolei 

Dylan Schnitzer, Kamehameha-Maui — Had 13 kills, 14 digs and one ace in a five-set win over Maui 

Pau Spencer, Kamehameha-Maui — Had 17 digs, 10 set assists, eight kills, one block assist and one ace in a five-set win over Maui 

Kainoa Tanoue, Baldwin — Had 14 kills and six block assists in a four-set win over Kekaulike 

Jesse Tuipulotu-Davidson, Kailua — Had 33 set assists, four digs and two block assists in a four-set win over Kaimuki 

Arjay Velasco, Baldwin — Had 20 digs in a four-set win over Kekaulike 

Jai Viela, Kamehameha-Maui — Had 17 digs and one ace in a five-set win over Maui 

Tai Wittenburg, Kekaulike — Had 17 kills, five digs and one ace in a three-set win over Lahainaluna and had 12 kills, two set assists and one ace in a four-set loss to Baldwin 

Jonathan Yadao, Roosevelt — Had 10 kills, 10 digs, seven aces and one block assist in a four-set win over Kalaheo 




Piimoku Victorino

Molokai softball  •   #25  INF/C  Senior

Often times statistics don't tell the whole story. In the case of Piimoku Victorino, however, they're pretty telling indeed.

Victorino, a senior slugger and team captain for the Molokai softball team, is off to a blistering hot start this spring. The 5-foot-8 third-year starter for the Farmers has put together an astronomical .889 batting average with eight hits in nine at-bats and 14 runs scored. Victorino has driven in 18 runs and swatted five home runs and has done all of this in just four games.

Molokai coach Kalei Pastrana isn't surprised in the least by Victorino's torrid start to the season.

"It's typical for Piimoku. She always brings that intensity to the game and no matter where you put her, she excels at every single position. She's someone you can count on no matter where you place her and the great thing about her is when you ask what position she wants to play, her answer is always, ‘Coach, I'll go where you need,' " Pastrana said.

Victorino has played nearly every position in the infield, including pitcher, but her primary position is at third base.

"She can go anywhere," Pastrana added.

He noted that Victorino owns the highest softball IQ on the team and has years of experience playing club ball for Maui No Ka Oi.

"She's definitely the strongest on the team, the most experienced on the team, the most athletic and has the most knowledge of the game and she's definitely the leader of our team," Pastrana said.

Pastrana has been pleased by the leadership that Victorino has displayed over the years.

"She's a great leader. The girls on the team definitely look up to her as a team leader because of her skill and her knowledge and definitely her athleticism, but this year she's brought the team together and she's definitely embraced that role as a team leader. With her leading the team it definitely shows as they play the game, but she definitely stands out," Pastrana expressed.

With her wealth of knowledge – and talent – Victorino has made it a point to serve as a mentor to many of her younger and less experienced teammates.

"She definitely helps out her teammates, especially the new and upcoming ones. She believes that you're only as good as your weakest player, so she definitely tries to bring everyone up to her speed, or as close as she can to it, but she also knows that people grow and learn at their own pace, but she's definitely a big help and is a great role model and gives them encouragement whenever she can. Even if we're down in score, she's constantly picking everyone up," Pastrana said.

Over the weekend, Victorino put together a pair of prolific performances in wins over Hana. In Friday's 25-10 win over the Dragons, Victorino homered twice, including a three-run bomb that was part of a 10-run second inning, and walked twice. She tallied five RBI and four runs scored in the four-inning rout.

"If the pitch is there, she's definitely gonna go after it, but although she's a power hitter, she definitely has the discipline to take pitches and to take the walk at the same time," Pastrana said.

Victorino also pitched the final three innings. She allowed three runs on two hits with strikeouts and five walks to record the win.

The following day, Victorino started the game in the circle and gave up two runs on three hits in 2 2/3 innings of work. She recorded four strikeouts against one walk and was again, the pitcher of record.

"Pii is definitely the stronger pitcher and has the most velocity and movement on her ball. We either utilize her as an opener and if she's doing well we'll keep her in, but we'll also use her as a closer," Pastrana said.

In her pitching repertoire, Victorino possesses a fastball, screw ball, curve, riser and drop ball.

At the plate Saturday, Victorino put on another impressive display of power. The clean-up hitter bashed two more homers – a grand slam in the top of the first inning, followed by a two-run shot in the third – and finished 3 for 4 with seven RBI and four runs scored.

"The opportunity for a grand slam doesn't come up too often, so when it does come you make the best of the pitches and pick the right one, but as much as we celebrate it, the great thing about Pii is she's still humble," Pastrana said.

Victorino has drawn eight walks this year, most of them have been intentional free passes. In a game against Lanai on March 30, Victorino was walked four times. Her lone at-bat that day resulted in a home run.

"I'm sure it was a little frustrating for her, but she knows the discipline of the game and she knows why it happens. It's definitely a respect thing as an opposing coach knowing her power, knowing her ability to swing the bat and to clean up the bases," Pastrana said.

Despite her power, Victorino's approach is far from all or nothing.

"As a coach it gives me confidence knowing that she's in the box. When she comes up to bat she has the confidence and knowledge to bring runners home, but she knows her role as a batter. She can definitely pound the ball, but she can also bunt, she can also squeeze and depending on the situation of the play, whatever signal I give her, I know she can execute whatever we need from her, so I have full confidence in her," Pastrana said.

Victorino, the youngest of three siblings in her household, is also a member of Molokai's girls volleyball and girls basketball teams.

"Family is a big part of her life and she definitely represents her family very well," Pastrana said. "They're great supporters for Piimoku. Whatever sport she plays, they support her 110 percent where she goes."

Victorino and the Lady Farmers (3-1) next play Apr. 19 and 20, when they visit Lanai for a two-game set.


SOFTBALL

Mahealani Alayon, Kailua — Batted 2 for 3 with four RBI and a run scored in a loss to Aiea 

Sophie Alo, Campbell — Batted 2 for 4 with three RBI and a run scored in a win over Waianae 

Shaz Ancheta, Leilehua — Batted 2 for 3 with a home run, double and four RBI in a win over Nanakuli 

Mariah Antoque, Kamehameha — Batted 3 for 4 with a run scored in a loss to Maryknoll and batted 3 for 4 with a double, walk and four runs scored in a win over Iolani 

Adonai Aukai, Castle — Allowed one run on three hits with seven strikeouts and no walks in a five-inning win over Kahuku 

Haley Ching, Kalani — Homered and drove in three runs, including a sacrifice fly in a win over Kaimuki 

Kasi Cruz, Maryknoll — Doubled, drove in three runs, including a sacrifice fly and scored a run in a win over Iolani 

Molly Davi, Maryknoll — Allowed two earned runs on six hits and no walks in a complete-game win over Kamehameha and allowed three earned runs on seven hits with three strikeouts and two walks in a complete-game win over Iolani 

Harlee Dicion, Waialua — Batted 1 for 3 with a walk, three RBI and two runs scored in a win over Waipahu 

Niueni Elisara, Radford — Batted 3 for 4 with a home run, double, two RBI and two runs scored in a win over Kalaheo 

Emalia Emmsley, Kealakehe — Batted 4 for 4 with a triple, double, four RBI, one stolen base and three runs scored in a win over Kau 

Malie Espejo, Honokaa — Batted 2 for 4 with two doubles, three RBI and a run scored and allowed three runs on six hits with 15 strikeouts and two walks in a complete-game win over Keaau 

Marley Espiau, Kamehameha — Batted 3 for 4 with a home run, five RBI and five runs scored in a win over Iolani 

Joy Freitas, Campbell — Batted 3 for 3 with a home run, two RBI and two runs scored in a win over Waianae 

Alena Frost, Castle — Batted 2 for 4 with a double, three RBI and two runs scored in a win over Kahuku 

Rhea Furtado, Kapaa — Batted 3 for 5 with an RBI, two stolen bases and four runs scored in a win over Waimea 

Kylie Garcia, Damien — Batted 4 for 4 with two triples, two doubles, one RBI and two runs scored in a loss to Kamehameha Blue 

Hailey Gibson, Kapaa — Batted 3 for 4 with a double, walk, two RBI and two runs scored in a win over Waimea 

Tara Gojo, Mid-Pacific — Batted 3 for 4 with a run scored in a loss to Punahou 

Peace Grilho-Armitage, Kamehameha — Allowed three runs on five hits with two walks in a five-inning win over Iolani 

Taryn Hirano, Mililani — Homered, drove in three runs, stole a base and scored twice in a win over Nanakuli 

Taryn Ho, Punahou — Batted 4 for 5 with a home run, triple, two doubles, two RBI, one stolen base and four runs scored in a win over Mid-Pacific 

Leila Hooper-Phifer, Molokai — Batted 3 for 4 with a double, RBI and three runs scored in a win over Hana 

Emily Hora, Kamehameha-Hawaii — Allowed two earned runs on six hits with two strikeouts and two walks in a complete-game win over Waiakea

Angelina Iauluao, Waipahu — Batted 3 for 3 with a run scored in a loss to Waialua 

Hayden Imai, Kapolei — Batted 2 for 4 with two home runs, one walk and five RBI in a win over Pearl City 

Genevieve Immoos, Kalaheo — Batted 3 for 4 with a double, RBI and a run scored in a loss to Radford 

Sheyzhelle Iokia, Maryknoll — Batted 2 for 3 with a home run and three RBI in a win over Iolani 

Rihanna Joaquin, Kealakehe — Batted 3 for 4 with two triples, one double, four RBI and three runs scored in a win over Kau 

Kristie Kagawa, Mid-Pacific — Batted 3 for 4 with three runs scored in a win over Iolani

Eva Kameoka, Moanalua — Allowed two runs on four hits with one strikeout and three walks in five innings pitched in a win over Roosevelt 

Keani Kaneshiro, Waiakea — Batted 3 for 3 with two doubles, four RBI and two runs scored in a win over Keaau 

Sophia Kaneshiro, Aiea — Batted 3 for 4 with a double, RBI and two runs scored in a win over Kailua 

Lilinoe Kuhaulua-Leong, Kapaa — Batted 3 for 4 with a triple, walk, four RBI, one stolen base and a run scored in a win over Waimea 

Breeann Leong, Leilehua — Homered, drove in three runs, stolen two bases and scored three times in a win over Nanakuli 

Paige Maeda, Mid-Pacific — Batted 2 for 4 with a home run, four RBI and two runs scored in a win over Iolani 

Jerrell Mailo, Mililani — Batted 4 for 4 with a home run, double, five RBI and three runs scored in a win over Nanakuli 

Briana Maio-Silva, Baldwin — Batted 2 for 2 with two doubles, two walks, one RBI and three runs scored in a win over Kekaulike 

Kandi Malama-Ahlo, Kapolei — Batted 3 for 5 with two home runs, one walk, three RBI and four runs scored in a win over Pearl City 

K. Malaqui, Maui — Allowed one run on six hits with five strikeouts and four walks in a complete-game win over Lahainaluna

Kaitlyn Miura, Waiakea — Allowed one run on one hit with nine strikeouts and two walks in a four-inning win over Keaau 

Cayleigh Naito, Aiea — Batted 3 for 3 with a home run, double, five RBI and two runs scored in a win over Kailua and batted 4 for 4 with a home run, double, five RBI, four RBI, one stolen base and four runs scored in a win over Waialua 

Samantha Nakamatsu, Pearl City — Batted 2 for 3 with a home run, three walks, two RBI, two stolen bases and four runs scored in a loss to Kapolei 

Camryn Nakamura, Baldwin — Batted 2 for 2 with a double, five RBI and a run scored in a win over Kekaulike 

Lennel Olaivar-Sugse, Baldwin — Struck out nine batters, walked one and allowed three hits in a complete-game shutout of Lahainaluna 

Saunette Oshiro, Pearl City — Batted 3 for 5 with a triple, four RBI, three stolen bases and three runs scored in a loss to Kapolei 

Makayla Pagampao, Mililani — Batted 3 for 4 with a home run and three RBI in a win over Nanakuli 

Natalia Pastrana, Molokai — Homered, drew three walks, drove in four runs and scored four times in a win over Hana 

Hunter Salausa-Galletes, Iolani — Homered, drew three walks, drove in four runs and scored twice in a loss to Mid-Pacific 

Tanela Simanu, Mililani — Batted 2 for 2 with a home run, walk and three runs scored in a win over Nanakuli 

Jennalyn Sniffen, Maryknoll — Batted 4 for 4 with three home runs, one double, a walk, five RBI and four runs scored in a win over Kamehameha 

Naomi Stremick, Kalani — Struck out seven batters, walked one and did not allow a hit over five scoreless innings of relief in a win over Kaimuki 

Jhayda Rose Turner, Waiakea — Batted 2 for 3 with two doubles, one RBI and three runs scored in a win over Keaau 

Sadie Tanabe, Kaiser — Batted 2 for 3 with four RBI and two runs scored in a win over Kahuku 

Chloe Tepraseuth, Mid-Pacific — Batted 2 for 4 with a double and three RBI in a loss to Punahou 

Kaililia Thompson-Ua, Kamehameha-Hawaii — Batted 2 for 4 with a triple, three RBI, two stolen bases and a run scored in a win over Waiakea 

Kayara Tuiloma, Kapolei — Batted 2 for 5 with two home runs, one walk, three RBI and three runs scored in a win over Pearl City 

Quinn Waiki, Campbell — Batted 1 for 2 with a walk, four RBI, including a sacrifice fly and scored a run in a win over Waianae 

Mua Williams, Kamehameha — Batted 4 for 4 with two home runs, six RBI and four runs scored in a win over Iolani 

Rylee Yamasaki, Kaiser — Batted 3 for 4 with an RBI and a run scored in a win over Moanalua 

Sienna Yamashita, Kapaa — Batted 3 for 4 with a triple, walk, two RBI and four runs scored in a win over Waimea 

Elyse Yoshioka, Kaiser — Batted 2 for 4 with an RBI and allowed two earned runs on seven hits with one strikeout and three walks in a complete-game win over Moanalua 


GIRLS WATER POLO

Lily Barrett, Kekaulike — Scored three goals in a win over Baldwin 

Jade Brown, Baldwin — Scored three goals in a loss to Kekaulike and scored four goals in a win over Kamehameha-Maui 

Sammy Carmack, Kalaheo — Scored three goals in a win over Leilehua 

Zhi Clark, Lahainaluna — Scored 11 goals in a win over Seabury Hall 

Caylee Cook, Kamehameha-Hawaii — Scored three goals in a win over Hilo and scored four goals in a win over Kealakehe 

Tuua Cravens, Kahuku — Scored five goals in a win over Kapolei 

Kaya Gabriel-Medeiros, Kapolei — Scored six goals in a win over Kalani 

Paige Heiken, Kalaheo — Scored four goals in a win over Leilehua 

Tara Ho, Kaiser — Scored three goals in a win over Kalani 

Rosie Kennedy, Le Jardin — Scored four goals in a win over Mid-Pacific II 

Kailoa Kerber, Punahou — Scored three goals in a loss to Kamehameha 

Leila Maynard, Mililani — Scored seven goals in a win over Moanalua 

Uakea Moleni, Kamehameha-Hawaii — Scored four goals in a win over Kealakehe 

Christina Naish, Seabury Hall — Scored three goals in a loss to Lahainaluna 

Jochel Oda, Roosevelt — Scored four goals in a win over West Combined 

Synnove Robinson, Punahou — Scored five goals in a win over Iolani 

Elliana Schiffner, Kaiser — Scored three goals in a win over Kalani 

Sienna Settle, Le Jardin — Scored four goals in a win over Mid-Pacific II 

Eden Smith, Kahuku — Scored five goals in a win over West Combined 

Brooke Tabigne, Leilehua — Scored three goals in a loss to Kalaheo 

Kaialea Tanner, Kamehameha II — Scored four goals in a win over Punahou II 

Hannah White, Kealakehe — Scored three goals in a loss to Kamehameha-Hawaii 

Oliliu Wise, Kamehameha-Hawaii — Scored four goals in a win over Hilo and scored four goals in a win over Kealakehe 

Leinaala Wong, Kamehameha — Scored four goals in a win over Punahou 

Tara Zamani, Lahainaluna — Scored six goals in a win over Seabury Hall 



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